BHMS Regulations 2015 by Central Council of Homoeopathy

cch-2These regulations, shall apply to students who shall be admitted for BHMS (Degree Course) from the commencement of the academic session 2015

Provided that a candidate for admission to BHMS course shall be eligible if he has passed in English and in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects at the qualifying examination thus fulfilling eligibility criteria.;

First year means 12 months only

Final year means one and half years

First year exam only in the following subjects

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology &
  • Homoeopathy Pharmacy

Only 35 hours for Materia Medica & Organon in First year

No Practice of Medicine classes in second year

Homoeopathy Pharmacy has 2 papers: 100 mark each

No additional batch/Supplementary batch system – provided students must pass at least in Anatomy & Physiology in first year. If they fail in the above two subjects – they will be considered as a separate batch.(Earlier students must pass in all subjects of 1BHMS)

The candidate shall pass I-BHMS examination in all the subjects atleast one term (6 months) before he is allowed to appear in the Second BHMS examination provided that he has passed in the subjects of Anatomy and Physiology (including Biochemistry) examinations two terms (12 months) before he is allowed to appear in the Second BHMS examination”.

A candidate who appears at First, Second, Third or Fourth BHMS examination but fails to pass in the subject or subjects he shall be re-admitted to the next examination in the subject or subjects (Theory and Practical including oral/practical wherein he has failed”

The University/Examining Authority shall have the discretion to award grace marks at the maximum to 10 marks in total if a student fails in one or more subjects”

Each college shall impart teaching and training to all the students in all the classes for theory and practical including tutorial and seminar for minimum of 7 working hours on a working day (including ½ an hour of lunch).”

Changes in Syllabus
Many additions and corrections to all the 12 subjects of BHMS Syllabus

Students should not be burdened with minute anatomical details which have no clinical significance.

Though dissection of the entire body is essential for the preparation of the student for his clinical studies, the burden of dissection can be reduced and such saving of time can be effected, A good part of the theoretical lectures on anatomy can be transferred to tutorial classes with demonstrations.

The teaching of Anatomy, Physiology including Bio-chemistry shall be integrated.

The written papers in Anatomy shall be distributed as follows:-

Paper I – General Anatomy, Head, face, neck, brain, upper extremities and Embryology.

Paper II – Thorax, abdomen, pelvis, lower extremities and Histology.

Physiology & Biochemistry
Paper-I : Elements of Biophysics, Body lymph, Cardiovascular system, Reticuloendothelial system, spleen, Respiratory system Excretory System, Skin,regulation of body temperature, sense organs.

Paper-II : Endocrine organs, nervous system, nerve muscles physiology, Digestive system and metabolism, Biochemistry , Nutrition.

Paper – I: Growth of Pharmacy in relation to National Economy, Study of Pharmacy in relation to Organon of Medicine & Materia Medica, General Concepts & Orientation, Raw Materials-Drugs and Vehicles.

Paper-II: Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics, Pharmaco-dynamics, quality control, legislations related to Pharmacy.

Materia Medica
No Materia Medica Exam in 1st Year
Application of Materia Medica should be demonstrated from case-records in the outdoor and the indoor. Lectures on comparative Materia Medica and therapeutics as well as tutorials should be integrated with lectures on clinical medicine.

Community Medicine
Included in III & IV BHMS
Examinations in IV BHMS only

Practice of Medicine
No Practice of Medicine classes in second year

Paper/Mark Division

  • Only two papers for OBG, Surgery & PM
  • In both surgery paper : 50% mark for therapeutics
  • In both OBG paper : 40% mark for therapeutics

Case taking & Repertory from third year onwards
Basic repertories (Kent, Boger,TPB) & case taking in third year &  Modern repertories (Synthesis, Murphy etc) in fourth BHMS

Attendance: 75% attendance at the minimum in each of the subjects (in theory and practical including clinical) for appearing in the University examinations shall be compulsory”.

Migration during internship training shall not be allowed on any ground.

All applications for migration during the course & internship shall be referred to Central Council of Homoeopathy by college authorities. No institution/University shall allow migrations directly without the approval of the Central Council.

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